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Joined: Dec 30, 2021
Last seen: May 14, 2024
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RE: Spacing for roof fixing bolts ?

@heat-pump-newbie It’s not a requirement in the handover pack but it should definitely be available if requested

5 days ago
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RE: Spacing for roof fixing bolts ?

This is determined by a wind load calculation. the calculation will tell you the total uplift in Nm. The manufacturer will have a specification ...

6 days ago
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RE: Samsung Air Source Heat Pump suddenly started drawing large amounts of current

from that description it would seem to be badly terminated or failing connection at the MCB. It’s relatively simple to sort out, replace MCB, trim ca...

3 months ago
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RE: Givenergy batteries not in sync - any ideas? appears not calibration.

Hi I install these batteries as well as having a system with two 9.5kWh packs. there is an ongoing issue with SOC drop off and I expect this is c...

1 year ago
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RE: Scottish power blocking install

You can check the ENA database and it will tell you what the max demand is as well as if it is connect and notify or not. easiest solution is to s...

2 years ago
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RE: Anyone taken a thermal image of their ASHP condenser unit?

@heat-pump-newbie I would want it properly checked out. If there is a refrigerant leak it’s rarely a good thing. You could be very lucky and it’s al...

2 years ago
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RE: Anyone taken a thermal image of their ASHP condenser unit?

if you have witnessed a refrigerant leak then the system will need to be thoroughly checked. The joints are flared and should seat perfectly. If the...

2 years ago
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RE: Low loss header

ah that is likely. I’ll be in touch. Been laid up with a broken back.

2 years ago
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RE: Low loss header

The low loss header (LLH) is typically used to ensure flow rates and reduce call outs due to restrictive conditions in retro fit setups. whilst they...

2 years ago
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RE: ASHP Cycling On/Off - Is it an issue?

@hydros yes, it’s because you aren’t losing enough heat from the water return. You should be able to see the temps on the controller. Most are set ...

2 years ago
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RE: ASHP Cycling On/Off - Is it an issue?

@hydros general rule is the bigger the emitter the lower the temp can be. Also, lowering the temp will allow you to run the unit longer which is gene...

2 years ago
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RE: ASHP Cycling On/Off - Is it an issue?

@hydros it should do but it will depend on system hydraulic resistance. Can’t hurt to try it id definitely be looking to alter the comp curve too...

2 years ago
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